Kemah Vivian Lymas Tegli

Technical Lead for Liberia in STOP Spillover’s Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy Resource Hub

Kemah Vivian Lymas Tegli is the Technical Lead for Liberia in STOP Spillover’s Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy Resource Hub. Ms. Lymas Tegli has 14 years’ experience working with organizations such as the Liberia Ministry of Health, the National Public Health Institute, the World Bank, and UNICEF. Her work has focused on One Health and surveillance of zoonotic and non-zoonotic infectious diseases, including COVID-19, Lassa fever, Marburg virus disease, and Ebola. Ms. Lymas Tegli, who also has expertise in emergency preparedness and response, holds a Master of Public Health in epidemiology with a background in nursing. She can be reached at vltegli@afrohun.org.

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